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Old 01-26-23, 08:23 PM
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Complete List of All Parts I Have For Sale - FREE SHIPPING

I've compiled a complete list, with links to photos, of about 90% of my collection that's for sale. There's a bunch more items, including pedals, that haven't been listed on BF before. I will also be adding more pedals, as well as Shimano 600 parts, over the weekend.

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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

As usual, SHIPPING IS FREE (within the CONUS, except for complete bikes). Payment via Paypal F&F preferred, but I also accept Zelle, cash, and personal checks by mail. You can reach me via PM here on the forum, or by email at skpearson at gmail dot com.
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I'm interested in #2 the silver Impero pump.
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Any idea how those Shimano cantis would do for a 27 to 700 conversion?
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The Berthet pedals are bmx thread — does that mean 1/2” instead of 9/16”? If they are 9/16”, I will take them.
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Old 01-27-23, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by noobinsf
The Berthet pedals are bmx thread — does that mean 1/2” instead of 9/16”? If they are 9/16”, I will take them.
they are 1/2”, not 9/16th.
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Originally Posted by polymorphself
Any idea how those Shimano cantis would do for a 27 to 700 conversion?
i don’t know, but maybe other members or folks in the mechanics thread could help you with that question
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Originally Posted by polymorphself
Any idea how those Shimano cantis would do for a 27 to 700 conversion?
As you probably know, it would also depend on your current placement: if the pads have to be placed high, then vintage cantis might not work. It’s o to a 4mm difference, but that can agree make all the difference. I’ve had to file out the bottom of the brake pad slot of sidepulls to make a 27”-to-700c conversion work.
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I grew up on Bridgestone, raced a BS in Germany and love my Schwinn made BS bikes now!
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Originally Posted by polymorphself
Any idea how those Shimano cantis would do for a 27 to 700 conversion?
I've had success using the BR-AT50 brakes on a few conversions. Functionally they're the same as the BR-MC70 and probably the best bang for your buck.
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EDIT: Never-mind!

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Ok... I am game... Need:

Rear Derailleur Suntour VX-GT long cage

Front Derailleur Suntour Cyclone or Sprint endless band double FD, 28.6mm clamp

Up Date: OK... Got the items super fast and in great condition. Thank You! Gonna put um on my 2023 Mixti build...
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I've replied to all the PMs thus far. I appreciate everyone's business and your kind assistance in helping me downsize my parts hoard.
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Originally Posted by noobinsf
The Berthet pedals are bmx thread — does that mean 1/2” instead of 9/16”? If they are 9/16”, I will take them.
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they are 1/2”, not 9/16th.
FWIW, axles from Lyotard mod. 45 pedals (and possibly others) can be swapped into the mod.23 "Berthet" pedals. I picked up a pair of NOS mod. 23s dirt cheap, because they were 1/2" thread, and made the swap:

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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
FWIW, axles from Lyotard mod. 45 pedals (and possibly others) can be swapped into the mod.23 "Berthet" pedals. I picked up a pair of NOS mod. 23s dirt cheap, because they were 1/2" thread, and made the swap:
ha! I think I asked that exact question in another thread but got no answer. Oh well, Berthet pedals are sold anyway so I won’t be doing an axle swap. Good to know, though.
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It was pointed out to me that the link to the shifter photo album was missing from the spreadsheet. I've fixed it now.
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Isn’t it about your size frame?
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Those folks keeping an eye on the spreadsheet may note that a lot of items disappeared from it today (and the photo albums). The good folks at Golden Velo - https://goldenvelo.com - purchase a large lot of my collection. They are absolutely A+ folks to deal with, and have an incredible inventory of vintage items. I highly recommend them, and suggest you check out their store next time you're in need of a rare vintage bike component or complete bicycle.
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Are the Suntour LD 3300 braze on shifters available ? And which shifters are these on the Photo ?
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Are the Suntour LD 3300 braze on shifters available ? And which shifters are these on the Photo ?
they are still available, and are these:
https://photos.app.goo.gl/ubPneHC9hvg3JBkb6
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